I don't want everyone in my Church. I'm simply not that charitable. There are a lot of people I want in my Church, because I do really believe it is the Pearl of Great Price. It is so real, so right, there is no way for me to adequately describe it.
I only pray that I will learn enough charity to want more people than I do to join the Orthodox Church, even if I never grow enough to want everyone.
AF: You just pegged the practical meaning of repentance and Theosis. I bet there isn't one person on this board who can say they feel brotherly or sisterly love for absolutely everyone in their church or daily life. Most of us just hide it; we avoid that person at coffee hour because they are weird, obnoxious, old, arrogant, or they aren't meeting our expectations of what an Orthodox Christian should be - not churchy enough. It would be the same thing if some drunk or mentally ill street person showed up on Sunday morning. As long as we're being frank here, that's something I struggle with because I feel uncomfortable and a little scared of encounters like this.
So good, you admit you don't want everyone in church with you, and even better that you realize this is something to work on. I agree with Veniamin. That is honest and noble.